California is set to become the first state to grant all undocumented immigrants access to state-subsidized health insurance. Governor Gavin Newsom announced Sunday that a budget deal had been struck with California’s Legislature including an expansion to the state’s Medicare that could expand coverage to hundreds of thousands of low-income, undocumented adults between the ages of 26 and 49. California already provided state Medicare to undocumented children, adults under the age of 26, and 50 years and older.
California Set to Grant Medicaid to All Undocumented Immigrants
HeadlineJun 28, 2022